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#201

Where do you live?


#202

Washington State. At the time, I was up near Seattle.

I know three inches isn’t a lot, by any means. In fact, it’s very little, when put into perspective. But considering the fact that normally, we’re lucky if we even get a remote dusting, it was something to be amazed about. :stuck_out_tongue:


#203

One of the reasons I moved from the place I visited when I took those pictures is this:

I documented a work week.

Day one:

Day two:

Day three:

Day four:

Day five:

I was lucky that Friday, but I guess you can see how fun I had. Under three hours of daylight every day and that mother fucking snow never stopped falling down. I thought I would go mad. I had to remove that amount of snow two times a day for a couple of months.

We had over 3.5 meters of snow that winter.


#204

where was that?


#205

In Arvidsjaur, Sweden.


#206

AKA the fairy winter wonderland of vikings and other cool things.


#207

Aww, I’m only in the the fairy winter wonderland of Inuit and American pandering.


#208


#209

Verily did I make an unintelligible mirthful sound upon viewing thine image.


#210


#211

It’s a small world.


#212

old video is old…and hysterical


#213

Off of that, I found:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQZFwBRAvyk&feature=related

1:03 on is hilarious.


#214

Skip to 2:40ish for the best part, although you should watch the whole thing.


#215

If anyone can make any sense of this then you win the prize.


#216

It’s a bunch of random shit thrown together set to bad Japanese music. The “sense” is that it’s quirky and omg so random xD.
Where’s my prize?


#217

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Me1kvrl_dGM

Japanese people have mad skill!


#218

I can see the Demotivators now: Chainsaws, a MAN’s sculpting tool.


#219

I actually watched a guy carve a Bald Eagle with a chainsaw once.


#220

Was it anywhere near that detailed?